WE EMPOWER WOMEN
Our mission is to empower women in the exhibition industry whilst helping to nurture the next generation of female leaders.
We want to encourage women to be highly focused, motivated and ready to help themselves maximise their own potential.
Women in Exhibitions Network welcomes as members professionals representing exhibition organisers, venues and suppliers in the event industry whose business is related to the organisation and facilitation of exhibitions or trade fairs.
Women in Exhibitions Network has been set up to fulfil the mission of empowering women in the industry whilst helping to nurture the next generation of female leaders.
This community is the result of a joint effort of inspirational female leaders from our industry who are our founding members and ambassadors.
We look forward to welcome you to our next event!
Layered Development Programme – Session 1 – Episode 1 – Servant Leadership
Layered Development Programme – Session 2 – Episode 2 – Influencing
Layered Development Programme – Session 3 – Episode 3 – Communication
Layered Development Programme – Session 4 – Episode 4 – Delegation
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Meet our Members: Q&A with Soraya Gadelrab
Our next Q&A features Soraya Gadelrab, director of Reventalize and president of Women in Exhibitions Network’s UK Chapter.
Join our new mentoring programme
Women in Exhibitions Network is welcoming applications from prospective mentees to join its new Mentoring programme. Successful applicants, looking to grow and develop their careers, will be matched with some of the biggest names in the UK’s events and exhibitions sector.
Meet our Members: Q&A with Oana Cipca
Want to find out more about our Members? Then you’ll love this new Q&A series. First up is Oana Cipca, founder of the Women in Exhibitions Network and business development manager at TapeMyDay.
Women in Exhibitions panel: Dismantling Barriers
The Women In Exhibitions webinar series returns on 5 October with an experienced panel discussion on ‘Dismantling Barriers in the exhibition industry’.